Gita-related competitions are held every year as a means to enable people of all ages to study and reflect on the message of the Gita. Typically, Gita Chanting, Oratorical and Essay competitions are held every year.
The year 2023 marks the silver jubilee of the Gita Jayanti celebrations in Singapore.
To motivate all students of the Gita to learn to chant the Gita, we encourage everyone to learn to chant the Gita.
To enable you to plan well in advance, we are providing the Gita Chanting Competition portions for the next 6 years.
Details of Essay Writing and Oratorical Competitions in 2018 will be updated by September 2017.
Registration for 2018 Competitions will begin on the day of Deepavali 2017.
Competitions will be held in February 2018.
Please remember to bring an ID that indicates your date of birth when you come for the competitions
During the preliminary rounds of the chanting competition, when a participant is called upon to chant before our distinguished judges, only the parents, grandparents or teachers of the student will be allowed to be present. This arrangement allows our judges to offer specific and highly useful feedback to the participant for his/her improvement without worry about how other participants might view his/her chanting.
On the day of the competitions, besides those who participate in the competition, we also invite anyone interested in Gita Chanting to join us for some "non-competitive" chanting. This means, that you are welcome to chant slokas from the particular portion, while reading from the Gita book. Our judges will be happy to assist you and provide you with feedback.
If you wish to learn Gita Chanting, here are some contacts. Please note that this list is not exhaustive or exclusive, we are simply presenting details of classes that we have been informed of. Should you wish to have a class listed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The links to online learning aids are external links provided by us in good faith. We are not responsbile for errors or omissions in these renditions.